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Palm 3177WW Screen Protectors Multipack

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  • Protect your screen from scratches and potential damage.
  • Compatable with all palmOne handhelds and Treo 650
  • Templates on back allow for precise cutting to fit specific model
  • 12 protectors per pack
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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00062GJ8E
  • Item model number: 3177WW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2004

Product Description

There's a screen protector for every Palm handheld. Pick one up today and protect your screen from scratches and potential damage.

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Bob Manson on November 15, 2005
While the price is pretty good, these are significantly more difficult to install than most of the pre-cut screen protectors. Having to cut them out is annoying, especially as small errors in sizing can make them not fit.

Worse, they're just *too* adhesive. I had to try three different times before I got one installed well enough to be usable, and I still ended up with a few trapped air bubbles which were impossible to remove. And you won't reuse one; if you have to peel it off, you might as well just toss it. I found installing two different models of pre-cut screen protectors to be much easier... no cutting, no air bubbles, perfect fit.

The other significant difference is the feel. Palm's screen protectors have a somewhat "soft" surface and feel more like the original screen; most other brands have a harder surface which is glare free, but also make writing slightly more difficult.

The price is hard to argue with, and if you use multiple Palms it's a lot easier to keep track of just one package of screen protectors. But it'll probably take a few tries to get one to fit, and it'll be sheer luck if you can get one installed without any trapped bubbles.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Saperstein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 13, 2006
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I own two Palm devices. The precut screen protectors I've tried sometimes don't fit and are often, in my opinion, obscenely overpriced.

This package represents a barely reasonable compromise between price, convenience and usability.

The price is great.

The convenience however is marginal. You get a sheet that has the outlines of most popular Palm devices printed on the back. The object is to cut along the outline of your device and, voila, you have a screen protector that fits.

That's the idea --- the reality is different.

The outlines, at least for my two devices, are dimensionally accurate along the vertical dimension IF you cut precisely along the outside perimeter of the outline. Got that? You must cut on the outside of the line. Cut along the middle of the line or on the inside of the line and your finished screen protector will be too short along the vertical.

Worse, the horizontal printed outlines are too small. Cut along the outside of the horizontal lines and you wind up with about 1/16th of an inch too little on either side.

Fortunately I had a rotary cutter available, the kind used by quilters and craftspeople. I wouldn't want to try cutting these with scissors.

The adhesive is just about right to create a good bond with the screen while still having enough give to allow for removal or repositioning. (By the way, a wooden toothpick works well for lifting applied screen protectors. Just be careful.)

In short, the Palm screen protectors are needlessly frustrating to prepare and install. Once down, they serve the purpose and the price, compared to the competition, can't be beat.

Palm really owes users of this product an apology for the poor printing of the template outlines. There's no excuse for this slovenliness.

Jerry
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A. Phillips on April 6, 2007
These screen protectors are great! I was really worried after reading some negative reviews about this product, and almost bought a different screen protector (for about half the price of these, but you only got one). I'm glad I didn't. These screen protectors are easy to install, I had no problems with bubbles, and if they ever wear out, I have 12 more! Yes... you have to cut them to fit, but the guides are easy to follow. Simply find the pattern you need and cut along the line. Now here is the tricky part... do NOT peel the entire protector off the sheet! THAT is how you get bubbles! Peel just alittle bit of the protector off the sheet and start at the top of your palm. The sheet is sticky, so take your time placing the sheet. It will determine if your protector will align correctly when you make it to the bottom of your screen. There is a piece of plastic (similar to a credit card) in the box. You are going to use this to start at the top of the screen, and push toward the bottom, slowly pulling the protector off the paper and installing it bubble free as you go. Do this slowly so that if you get bubbles, you can reapply that section to the paper, and fix the problem right then. I imagine if you pulled the entire protector off the paper all at once you'd have a sticky mess, and lots of bubbles if you managed to get it on your screen at all. If you look closely at the directions you'll see a diagram showing the process I just described. It's easy! If you follow my directions (they are a bit more descriptive than those on the box), and use the diagram, you will not be disappointed. It's a great value!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Jonsson on May 16, 2006
As some previous reviewers have noted, the size when cut might be slightly smaller than your screen, for my TX it was 0.5-1 mm. However, unless you actually intend to write in the outer 0.5 mm of the screen you will hardly notice it.

The application is as difficult as it gets. My tip is to use a credit card, or similar, as help. Apply it at one edge, and then use the card sliding over the screen protector as you apply it, in order to remove any bubbles.

The feel is great when writing on it.
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